Joint Overlapped Block Motion Compensation Using Eight-Neighbor Block Motion Vectors for Frame Rate Up-Conversion

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발행기관 : 한국인터넷정보학회 수록지정보 : KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS) / 7권 / 10호
저자명 : ( Ran Li ) , ( Minghu Wu ) , ( Zongliang Gan ) , ( Ziguan Cui ) , ( Xiuchang Zhu )

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The traditional block-based motion compensation methods in frame rate up-conversion (FRUC) only use a single uniquely motion vector field. However, there will always be some mistakes in the motion vector field whether the advanced motion estimation (ME) and motion vector analysis (MA) algorithms are performed or not. Once the motion vector field has many mistakes, the quality of the interpolated frame is severely affected. In order to solve the problem, this paper proposes a novel joint overlapped block motion compensation method (8J-OBMC) which adopts motion vectors of the interpolated block and its 8-neighbor blocks to jointly interpolate the target block. Since the smoothness of motion filed makes the motion vectors of 8-neighbor blocks around the interpolated block quite close to the true motion vector of the interpolated block, the proposed compensation algorithm has the better fault-tolerant capability than traditional ones. Besides, the annoying blocking artifacts can also be effectively suppressed by using overlapped blocks. Experimental results show that the proposed method is not only robust to motion vectors estimated wrongly, but also can to reduce blocking artifacts in comparison with existing popular compensation methods.

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